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Harvest of Loneliness: The Bracero Program Screening and Q&A with Filmmaker Dr. Gilbert G. Gonzales

November 13, 2019 by Tiffany Chen '22 | News

Given recent changes to and interpretations of US immigration policy, it is pertinent for US citizens to understand the history of American immigration agreements and programs. One such program implemented in the mid-20th century, the US Bracero Program, brought millions of guest workers to the United States from  Mexico. Even in its time, the Bracero

A Foot in Both Worlds At the Thompson Policy Institute Practice Informs Research and Vice Versa

May 16, 2019 by Cheryl Baltes and Danielle Konovitch '19 | News

Chapman University’s Thompson Policy Institute (TPI) recently held its fourth annual DisAbility Summit, where it shared its latest research findings and reinforced the importance of its community partnerships. The overarching theme of the summit was the principle that, at TPI, research informs practice and practice informs research. TPI’s Director Don Cardinal, Ph.D., described the relationship

Attallah College 2019 Commencement What you need to know about graduation

May 8, 2019 by | News

Attallah College Commencement Ceremony Saturday, May 18 | 5:30 to 6:30 pm The Chapman Commencement weekend will be one you’ll remember for years to come. Graduates in all Attallah College academic programs (undergraduate and graduate) are invited to participate. Then comes time for you to walk across the stage and get your hard-earned diploma! For those

Fourth Annual Yorba-Chapman Writing Partnership Concludes with Celebration of Young Journalists

May 7, 2019 by Griffee Albaugh '19 | News

On Thursday, April 25, the fourth annual Yorba-Chapman Writing Partnership concluded with a celebratory publishing party. Chapman faculty, Yorba Academy of the Arts Middle School teachers and administrators, Yorba journalists and their families, and Chapman University student mentors from the IES (Integrated Educational Studies) 412 Teaching Writing K-12 course were all in attendance to celebrate

Yorba Middle School Students Visit Chapman as Part of the Yorba-Chapman Writing Project

April 15, 2019 by Katelyn Carbajal '20 | Events

This is the fourth year that Chapman student mentors from Dr. Noah Asher Golden’s IES (Integrated Educational Studies) 412 class are working alongside students from Yorba Academy of the Arts Middle School as part of the Yorba-Chapman Writing Project. For the past couple of months, Chapman student mentors have been visiting Yorba to help students

A Movement to Reshape Education 4th Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit

April 5, 2019 by Nicole Williams '20 | Events

On Saturday, April 27, Chapman will be hosting its 4th Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit with the theme Ethnic Studies Community Movements: From Resistance to Policy. Featuring a full day of keynote speakers, interactive workshops, performances, and artwork, the summit will explore the power of communities as well as strategies to advance the Ethnic

Stories from the Heart Freedom Writers Event Inspires Chapman Students and Community

March 7, 2019 by Cheryl Baltes and Danielle Konovitch '19 | News

Plagued by loneliness, fear, and self-doubt, 150 cynical teenagers entered a freshman class in Long Beach more than 20 years ago to find a peppy new English teacher, unaware of how that room and that teacher would drastically alter their futures and those of so many others around the globe. Following the LA riots and in

Attallah School Counseling Alumni and Faculty Receive Highest Honor in Orange County

February 21, 2019 by | News

As the winners for this year’s Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) Counselor Recognition and Counselor Advocate Awards were notified in early February, the news got better and better for the Attallah College of Educational Studies’ School Counseling graduate program. One after the other, Attallah alumni and faculty were notified they’d been selected for Orange

Thompson Policy Institute Hosts OCDE Workshop on Inclusive Education I-TAC grant helps advance inclusive classroom instruction

February 12, 2019 by Danielle Konovitch '19 | News

On a recent sunny Southern California morning, school site and district administrators as well as educators and school district coaches gathered for a full-day interactive workshop on differentiation of instruction in inclusive classrooms. The workshop was hosted by the Attallah College of Educational Studies’ Thompson Policy Institute in collaboration with the Orange County Department of

Attallah Faculty and Undergrad Students Present at National Literacy Conference

December 17, 2018 by | Events

Noah Asher Golden, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies, and three students in Attallah College’s undergraduate IES (Integrated Educational Studies) program, Kaitlyn Zeigler, Talia Cain, and Emmery Llewellyn, recently presented at the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) 2018 Annual Convention in Houston, Texas.  Each year thousands of literacy educators attend the NCTE convention

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